Lone Star

Warner Bros. MOD   (1952) / Region 1
Review
Wishlist
Lone Star Movie
AdultDVDEmpire Unlimited image
Sign In to hide.

DVD
  Free Shipping
Free Shipping
Orders of $25.00 or more will be shipped our Standard Shipping option and the shipping is completely FREE. Learn more

Buy DVD
In Stock
In Stock: Ships Immediately
Product is In Stock at our warehouse, ready for immediate shipment if ordered before 3pm ET.
$22.99 Add to Cart

Sell

Sell Your Copy Sell Yours

Customers Who Bought This Product Also Bought

Lone Star

This is a manufactured on demand disc that was created using a DVD-R disc. It should play in all standard DVD players.

Will Texas be independent or a U.S. state? Ex-President Andrew Jackson recruits cattleman Devereaux Burke to travel through hostile Indian land, find Texas hero Sam Houston and persuade him to support annexation. In exchange, Burke will gain a contract to sell beef to U.S. during the war with Mexico sure to follow statehood. He'll also garner something unexpected: the love of beauteous Austin newspaper publisher Martha Ronda. Clark Gable and Ava Gardner play the love-fated pair in this rugged semi historical saga of Lone Star destiny. Standing in the way: Thomas Craden (Broderick Crawford), the ardent independence advocate and paramilitary leader who desires Martha for himself. Vincent Sherman directs. The top supporting cast includes Lionel Barrymore (as Jackson), Beulah Bondi and Ed Begley.

Details

  • Length
  • Rating NR
  • Released:
  • Added Jan 04 2012
  • Production Year 1952
  • Empire SKU 1600749
  • UPC Code 883316351697
  • Studio  Warner Bros. MOD
  • Packaging Keep
  • Number of Discs 1
  • Disc SS-SL

Features

Features Not Specified

Audio/Video

  • Audio
    English Dolby Digital Mono
  • Video
    Standard 1.33:1 B&W

Review "Lone Star"

Film Rating
(Slide to Set Rating)

1
5
5 


Alias is displayed publicly
All submitted comments become the sole property of DVD Empire. DVD Empire reserves the right to not post this comment for any reason.
   or     Cancel

Reviews for "Lone Star"